Coordination between Medicaid and Title V agencies — states and nonprofits that promote maternal and child health — is mandatory (42 CFR 431.615, HRSA 2016). Medicaid and Title V agencies and fellows deal with many of the same population groups and contracts with many of the same providers. The national agencies in Title V have followed the coordination in different ways, for example. B in the development of EPSDT provisions in management care contracts, in the control of network adequacy and in the development of EPSDT standards (HRSA 2016). EPSDT screening providers currently participating in the programme must update their registration status by entering into the EPSDT Supplier Agreement. The EPSDT offer agreement is available on the DOM website on the form website. Effective November 1, 27, 2015, the Mississippi Division of Medicaid (DOM) has obtained approval from the Medicare and Medicaid Services Centers to approve Evaluation Plan (SPA) 15-017 Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis and Treatment (EPSDT). SPA 15-017 requires DOM EPDST providers to adhere to the American Academy of Pediatrics Bright Futures` periodicity plan for physical, mental, psychosocial and/or behavioral health, vision, hearing, youth and development services.  Non-psychiatric services are considered part of the hospital psychiatric facility`s delivery when they are included in the childcare plan and are provided by a qualified claimant who has entered into a contract with the hospital psychiatric facility. In order for these services to be considered “provided” by the hospital psychiatric institution, the institution must provide and supervise services, maintain records of benefits, and ensure that services are provided under the direction of a physician (CMS 2012).
If these conditions are met, services may be provided outside the psychiatric institution. As a general rule, States paid facilities at year-end rates or base rates per day with additional payments, which would place the agencies responsible for paying external service providers. Another option for states, which is available by amending the state plan, is to compensate providers of arranged services directly, using the same payment methods that apply to these services under the state plan when they are made available to beneficiaries outside a hospital psychiatric facility (CMS 2012). Failure to send the completed and signed EPSDT Supplier Agreement during the extension period from 1 to 30 November 2016 may lead the Provider to unsubscribe from the EPSDT Programme. Free schooling. Under the 2014 guidelines, Medicaid payment is now allowed for care provided free of charge to students in a school, as long as all other Medicaid payment and entitlement conditions are met for providers and beneficiaries (CMS 2014b, Somers 2016). For example, if a school offers all students free hearing screening or vaccination, Medicaid may be charged for all students eligible for Medicaid. Previously, Medicaid payment was not allowed for services provided by schools to the recipient at no cost. Services provided under Title V of the Social Security Act under Title V of the Social Security Act, services covered by the special nutritional supplement programme for women, infants and children, or as part of an individualised education programme or individualised family service plan, in accordance with the Individual Education Act, were exempt from this rule. (CMS 2014b). Qualified suppliers. Any provider operating as part of their practice under state law, whether or not they participate in Medicaid, may perform screening that triggers EPSDT coverage (CMS 2014a).